[Gsmmap] How to decode the baseband dump files

Martin Sauter gsmumts at gmx.de
Tue Jan 6 17:10:29 CET 2015

Hi Alex,

I'm running the nighly build from 19. September 2004 of the (still) 
current CyanogenMod M11 (Android 4.4.4) on the Sony Experia M.

Thanks for the info on the GSM parser, I'll have a look :-)


On 06/01/15 16:22, Alex Senier wrote:
> Hi Martin,
>> On 06 Jan 2015, at 07:58, Martin Sauter <gsmumts at gmx.de> wrote:
>> great tool, thanks very much. By the way, Snoopsnitch works great on a low-end Sony Experia M (C1905) with CyanogenMod with a fairly up to date build. So for some reason the QC libs seem to be there.
> Good to know! Can you tell us the exact CM version for the records?
>> One question: I'd like to take a closer look at the raw data dumps from the baseband. I've enabled the developer options in the settings and enabled plain text storage. I can now see a lot of qdmon_DATE.gz files in the snoopsnitch data directories. Is there a tool to decode them?
> That tool would be the GSM parser used on the phone. In the SnoopSnitch code base you can find it under ./contrib/gsm-parser (or in its separate repository: http://opensource.srlabs.de/git/gsm-parser.git). The compile.sh script in the SnoopSnitch repo is also able to build this for Linux:
> $ cd contrib
> $ ./compile.sh -t host
> HTH.
> Cheers,
> Alex

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